Alcatel-Lucent continues showcasing of ng Connect Program and extended it to Asia Pacific region.
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Posted on 22 July 2010
Telstra's subsidiary, Hong Kong’s mobile network operator CSL and ZTE plan to deploy commercial 1800 MHz/2600 MHz dual-band LTE network.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has withdrawn the invitations to apply (ITAs) for radio frequency spectrum licences in the 2,6 GHz and 3,5 GHz bands.
Greek mobile operatore COSMOTE is ready to launch a LTE pilot networks with speeds of 100 Mbps.
Uzbek mobile operator UCell has received the license for 4G LTE mobile technology.
The ng Connect Program has extended it's initiative in Asia Pacific region with the launch of a new LTE Connected Car concept coincident with the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.
Vodafone Germany has named Huawei and Ericsson as a technology partner for LTE development.
Spirent Communications has added testing capability to verify LTE to CDMA handover of mobile device signals using lab-based test equipment.
Exalt Communications has introduced microwave backhaul platform, ExploreAir™, with highest throughput and longest range in the microwave and millimeter wave spectrum.
Harbinger Capital has awarded eight-year, $7 billion contract to Nokia Siemens Networks to build and operate a LTE network for wireless providers and other businesses.
Nokia Siemens Networks will acquire the majority of Motorola’s wireless network infrastructure assets for US $1.2 billion in cash.
Ericsson has won managed services contract from China Mobile Hebei, a provincial company of China Mobile.
Motorola is close to selling its network business to Nokia Siemens Networks for $1.2 billion reports Reuters citing an unnamed source.
While TD-LTE seems to have taken lead over WiMAX, still industry perception is that WiMAX is a much more mature technology than TD-LTE.
Oman's leading telecom operator Omantel has commissioned a 4G LTE network & claims to achive very high speed data transfer.
FCC has approved a new LTE USB modem from LG. LG VL600 is approved with support for CDMA EVDO 850/1900MHz and LTE 700MHz.